Chocolate Mochi

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Chocolate Mochi

Difficulty: Beginner
Servings: 6
Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


Chocolate Mochi is a delightful fusion dessert that combines the chewy texture of traditional mochi with the rich, indulgent flavor of chocolate. This treat offers a unique combination of textures and flavors.

The mochi dough is made from glutinous rice flour, water, and sugar, steamed until it reaches a soft, stretchy consistency. Once the dough is ready, it is mixed with cocoa powder or melted chocolate, infusing the mochi with a deep, chocolatey flavor. The dough is then shaped into small balls or other shapes, and can be filled with additional chocolate or sweet bean paste for added richness.

Chocolate Mochi is often dusted with cornstarch or cocoa powder to prevent sticking and enhance its texture. The result is a dessert that is soft and chewy on the outside, with a rich, chocolatey taste that melts in your mouth.

This fusion dessert is perfect for any occasion, from casual snacking to elegant gatherings. Its combination of traditional mochi and creamy chocolate makes it a delightful and satisfying treat that appeals to a wide range of tastes.


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  1. Mix glutinous rice flour, cornstarch, cocoa powder, vegetable oil, granulated sugar and milk until smooth. Cover it with plastic wrap, prick some holes on the plastic wrap, and steam until fully cooked (about 20-30 minutes). Or you can microwave it until fully cooked (about 4 minutes).
  2. Let the dough cool down and knead. Divide into 8 equal pieces. Roll each piece into a small ball.
  3. In a bowl, add in 50g hot heavy cream into the chocolate chips, mix and melt the chocolate. Keep them in the fridge to cool down.
  4. Take the bowl out of the fridge, add in cocoa powder and mix well. Add in heavy cream and sugar; use a hand mixer to beat until it thickened. Put the whipped cream into a piping bag.
  5. Dust the dough balls with some cooked glutinous rice flour (stir-fry the flour in a non-stick pan over medium heat for 1-2 minutes), roll each dough ball into a flat round piece, and add in cream filling and mini chocolate balls. Wrap it up, and put in a cupcake liner and serve.
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